Deep Visibility Across Your Entire IT Landscape
Today’s IT organizations are faced with the challenge of integrating new technology into their infrastructure while continuing to support all of their legacy needs. Business technology stacks have become more complex, diverse, and difficult to control than ever before. Netreo IT Infrastructure Monitoring Platform, provides a platform that gives organizations a unified, single source of truth view into their entire IT infrastructure — regardless of size, footprint or complexity.
Powerful, Yet Simple Tools
The Netreo web interface allows for secure and easy configuration from anywhere in the enterprise. Intelligent design and default settings allow for minimal administration and quick deployment. Alerts can be sent in many formats, including email, SMS, SNMP traps, and can be integrated with other management or trouble ticketing systems.
Thousands of Prebuilt Checks
Netreo IT Infrastructure Monitoring Platform, includes automated interface status detection, hardware failure checks including CPU, fan, and power supply, web defacement alerts, authenticated web testing, BGP, EIGRP, and OSPF routing or peering failures, SMTP, POP3, and IMAP mail telnet, remote access methods, and more! Customized alert options are practically unlimited.
Mastering IT Crisis Communications
Clear communications during a crisis is something that emergency planners and first responders live with every day. They expend much effort planning contingencies, working out worst-case scenarios and ensuring that they can clearly establish their ability to coordinate. IT professionals rarely do this — but it’s clear that they should.View Webinar
What Does it Cost Your Company if a System Goes Down?
Lost Internal Productivity
Your organization’s labor and operating expenses likely get paid regardless of system downtime. So when a system fails, your organization pays all of its expenses with no meaningful productivity. And worse, once the system comes back up, you pay additional costs to make up for lost productivity.
Many customers require specific language for financial compensation in the event of a system outage. In addition to having to actually cover the costs a service-level agreement breach, paying that compensation does little to repair the damage to your brand in the eyes of customers, both internal and external.
Damage to the Brand
When customers frequently experience outages or other difficulties with a product or service, they will not only abandon that system, but also will share their negative experiences with others. Bad brand exposure could not only cost you that customer, but could hurt future potential deals, as well.
If a system stops working or becomes unreliable, users abandon it. This is how unapproved systems or software gain traction within an organization, exposing you to more security risk. Unreliable systems often become candidates for expensive replacement plans, even if the root cause isn’t the system itself.
Data Loss or Exposure
A worst-case scenario for any IT department, any system outage comes with a risk of exposing valuable or confidential data or worse, lost data altogether. While best practices and back ups can help mitigate risk, nobody plans for outages and it can lead to disastrous or unexpected consequences.